We need to talk about Kylie Jenner’s lies about surgeries and Kim’s stolen fashion ideas
In honor of black history month we have to pay homage to the White women who pay a lot of moolah to be Black women, and blissfully pretend that what we’re witnessing is a figment of our imagination.
Iggy Azalea has shamelessly battled it out with Azealia Banks, and you have to wonder the guts it takes to drop the birth name Amethyst Amelia Kelly, for a moniker that suits the path to Black prosperity while converting your body parts to slabs of Black meat — and still garner the strength and might to daringly go head to head against the Black woman that you robbed in broad daylight.
But the original gurus in this maddening game of “Who is The Best Black Woman Who is Really White” has to be the Kardashian/Jenner klan.
Truth be told, in the early days of Keeping Up with the Family that rules the world, the seemingly untouched loveliness of the sex tape diva and her benefactors, was somewhat bearable against the landscape of the rolling hills of Calabasas.
But those days are long gone!
We are now being feted with the results of what can manifest when a decade passes by, and the investments add up to piles of evidence of how overflowing riches and ceaseless power can’t ever be enough.
They want more! more! more!
And so we have to talk about the ongoing physical alterations in the ass department. We also can’t forget the implantation of lips, boobs, cheekbones, and thighs. In fact let’s just discuss the whole damn template, and how what was once the regular White chick staple, emerged as the leading example of what Whiteness can do to Blackness in the blink of an eye.
Kourtney, Kim, Khloe, Kylie and Kendall have all sworn to the high heavens that the only surgical treatment they’ve received is in the form of injectables that are used to sustain the myth of perfection.
Injectables are actually for low-grade maintenance. The ambitious high ballers can’t possibly rely on those periodic visits for the flawless curves and uniformed buttocks, that jut out in unison with other well-connected conveyors of trends.